How I Get Paid to Blog

 
How I get paid to blog: a complete guide to monetization witha list of networks to join that will pay you to create content - so useful!

 

 
 

 

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  1. Influencers with good number of fans can monetize their content on social media by posting updates or tweets. There are many advertisers who have posted their marketing campaigns on http://www.fromote.com and are looking for influencers on Facebook and twitter to promote brands.

  2. As a blogger just starting out, this was incredibly helpful! Thanks so much! xwww.refined-fashion.com/blog

  3. Wow! It was such a detailed post and I loved reading each part of it. Thanks for mentioning the networks. I have noted them down and I hope I can become a part of those networks too. I am already working on IZEA. Haven't got any campaign yet but then I updated my connections just today 😛
    Thanks for this lovely write-up. I don't why but I feel so good after reading your post. LOL That makes me feel like I'm drunk but I think when you read good stuff, you do feel awesome. Don't you?
    Regards
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  4. I really enjoyed reading this helpful post. Thank you SO much! I've been blogging for a year and a half now and I would really like to try to improve my stats. I'm not sure why people make a big deal about monetizing your blog. It really helps for people like me who attend Art schools. (ONE OF THE MOST EXPENSIVE SCHOOLS….EVER.)

    Autumn
    A Fabulous Hippie

    1. I think when done right, monetizing your blog can be great for you and your readers. For me, its given me the time, incentive, and means to spend more time blogging and produce much better content.

      If you get serious about monetizing, I would love to work with you through the consulting/coaching program!

      Best,
      Elisabeth

  5. This is really helpful, but do you have a schedule that you follow to check in with all of the different campaigns. ..for the ones that don't email you with offers, it seems like it might be overwhelming to find opportunities.

    1. Hi Sharlee,

      I don't actually have a schedule yet. I am still working at getting systems in place for work flow…usually though I check social fabric by their update emails. The only place I don't get emails for is Clever Girl Collective so I usually just check that about once a week.

      Best,
      Elisabeth

  6. This is a really great post! Thank you so much for all of the useful info. I was feeling lost until I found this post and see that there are opportunities. Thanks again.

  7. Thank you so much! This was BY FAR the most helpful blog growth info I have found in my 7 months of blogging! Be on the lookout for my email to set up a consult with you! 😉 Also, would you mind sharing the sources that you receive product to review? Thanks again!

    1. Hi lydia! I've stopped all my regular reviews except for Sheinside.com. I also get contacted by companies for product reviews and will sometimes feature the product in a regular post by wearing it and linking to it at the end. I've found a great way to be offered product is to connect with the brand on social media and interact with them. I did that often with baby product brands and within a few days I would likely have an email in my inbox asking if I wanted to work together!

  8. Just found this post on Pinterest. Thanks for compiling and creating such a fantastic resource! I just started my blog about three weeks ago so I'm still learning a lot every day and this post will be invaluable moving forward. Thank you!Lindsey | Finding Balance in Life

  9. Wonderful blog! It is really helpful and supportive article. Thanks for your all tips.

  10. If I wanted to read an article without interacting with other readers, I would go buy a newspaper or magazine instead of taking time to read a blog. I believe the comments section is part of what makes a blog.
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  11. Hi there! I just came across your post on Pinterest! I am so so grateful! I wanted to check out your consulting program, but the link showed no content on it! How can I get some more information on that? Thanks a million!

    1. Hi Tamara – I suspended my general consulting offerings in 2015 because things got so busy with the blog but I'm happy to consider working with you. If you could just shoot me an email at elisabeth(at)bellatheblog(dot)com letting me know a bit about you and what you're looking for that would be great!

  12. This is so helpful! I have been blogging for four years and have worked with many of these networks, but I'm in the process of really taking it to the next level, so this post was just what I needed! 🙂

    1. Oh I’m so happy to hear that Lisa! Thank you for the feedback – I’m so glad you found it useful 🙂

  13. As a literal brand NEW blogger, this has been incredibly helpful to know for future planning. Thanks for being so open and honest.

  14. Hooray for this awesome list! And the site transition looks amazing!